HOW POVERTY IS AFFECTING THE PARTICIPATION OF THE GIRL–CHILD IN SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION IN EKERENYO SUB-COUNTY NYAMIRA COUNTY, KENYA

Declaration

This research project is my original work and has not been presented for a degreeaward in any other university

DEDICATION

I dedicate this work to my family; my husband Franklin Ogero who stood firm and encouraged me to the completion of this work. Thanks to him for he assisted me with monetary of completing the project. Thanks for my three children Jully, Ishmael and Clifford for their ample time they gave me during project period.

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Helping Children with Emotional and Developmental Challenges

y the end of this article, you should be able to:

  • Describe how to identify and refer children with, emotional and developmental challenges.
  • Explain the behaviours portrayed by children with emotional and developmental challenges.

Children with emotional and environmental challenges have been noted to portray various behaviours characterized by among others, aggression, bullying withdrawal, thumb sucking and hyperactivity . . . . . . . .

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Hans Eysenck’s Two-Dimensional Model Theory and William Sheldon’s Theory on Somatotypes

Hans J. Eysenck (1916-1997) was a European psychologist who was the first to study personality using a method known as factor analysis. He maintained that one’s personality can he understood in terms of only two basic dimensions, these are the Introversion-extroversion    and stability-Instability (neurotism) dimensions. . . . . . . . . .

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Funding agencies in kenya

At the end of the 1980`s the international countries resolved to form an International Monetary Fund (IMF), which could assist the developing countries to at least have somewhere to borrow  money not only depending on World Bank alone. These two organizations became the best Fund donors to the developing countries and Kenya became one of the beneficiaries. Although, criticism has been alarmed . . . . . .

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